Today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Sony Mobile unveiled a new-look XperiaTM brand with the first "X" series smartphones and a vision for the future of communications, with ambient connected devices capable of changing the way you interact with the world.

Xperia Ear, Xperia Eye, Xperia Projector and Xperia Agent - since only the Xperia Ear is an actual product and the rest are still merely concepts at this point, but they are all designed to adapt to your situation and environment, whether at home or on-the-go.

Xperia Ear is a next-generation wireless ear-piece that brings a new way of communicating. It provides you with useful information such as your schedule, weather and the latest news to keep you up-to-date on the go. Your own personal assistant responds to verbal commands, so you can ask it to make a call, perform an internet search, dictate a message or navigate to a certain location. Xperia Ear will roll out from Summer 2016.

Xperia Eye, a tiny camera that is intended to easily clip on to clothes. It represents a proof-of-concept exploration to bring Sony's acclaimed camera and sensing technology to its smallest ever form-factor – featuring a 360-degree spherical lens for a natural field of view. It is also smart enough to accept voice commands for hands-free operation. 

The Xperia Projector concept will enrich, empower and stimulate creative family communication using a natural and interactive interface projection on any clear surface. It will respond to touch, voice and gestures just as you would interact with your smartphone screen.

The Xperia Agent concept is a vision for a personalised assistant equipped with a rotating camera, touch display and also voice interactions. It will respond to a number of commands – and has a built-in camera and projector display for projecting content onto surfaces.


And here is also RM-X7BT in-car Bluetooth® commander,  enabling wireless music streaming and hands-free smartphone functions. It will also roll out from Summer 2016.

Feb. 22, 2016 Living photo: Sony

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